Former Mansfield convenience store up for auction

Fancy owning your own shop in Mansfield?

Thursday, 23rd January 2020, 5:00 pm
Updated Monday, 27th January 2020, 10:32 am

Well, now could be your chance as a former convenience store goes under the hammer.

The old Co-op store, on the corner of Carter Lane and Rock Street, is up for auction next month, with a guide price of £125,000-plus.

Auction Estates, which is holding the auction at Nottingham Racecourse on Thursday, February 27, describes it as a “freehold vacant former Co-op convenience store in a densely populated residential area on the outskirts of Mansfield town centre”.

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The former Co-op store on Carter Lane, Mansfield, is going up for auction.

Features of the two-storey property include 1,818 sq feet of retail space, 768 sq feet of storage space, a secure rear yard and the opportunity to convert the upper floors to residential use, subject to planning permission.

An Auction Estates spokesman said: “It is an ideal opportunity for owner occupiers, developers and investors.”

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